Vanity Fair adds name in Tiger tale

Another high-profile name with Las Vegas nightclub connections has surfaced in the Tiger Woods infidelity scandal.

Los Angeles nightlife impresario Brent Bolthouse is mentioned in the May issue of Vanity Fair, which features “The Temptation of Tiger Woods,” one of the most comprehensive accounts to date of the golf star’s double life.

Porn star Holly Sampson told Vanity Fair that Bolthouse got her involved in a May 2009 bachelor party Woods was throwing for an associate.

She referred to Bolthouse as “a good friend of mine … he was good friends’ with one of (Woods) assistants.”

Bolthouse’s Las Vegas connections include being hired by Peter Morton — some say they were partners — to help supply celebrities for Body English nightclub at the Hard Rock Hotel, which opened in 1995.

Bolthouse, now 40, also was part of an ownership group that purchased the Sahara hotel three years ago. He was involved with Sam Nazarian’s SBE Entertainment Group, which partnered with San Francisco-based Stockbridge Real Estate Funds.

The Los Angeles Times recently referred to Bolthouse as a “go-to guy for music-heavy corporate events.”

Nazarian and Bolthouse split a year ago, but Bolthouse continues to own and operate a number of well-known clubs in Los Angeles.

Bolthouse has appeared in the MTV reality show “The Hills,” where he was cast as Heidi Montag’s “boss.”

Asked to comment on the Woods linkage, Bolthouse, an event producer and DJ, told Vanity Fair, “I can’t comment on the work I do for people.”

Meanwhile, another prominent figure in the Woods scandal, Rachel Uchitel, has confirmed she’s living in Las Vegas.

Uchitel, the former Tao VIP host who has been referred to as Mistress No. 1, told FoxNews.com last week that she has moved here with her dogs. She has family here, she said, and added that she’s enjoying getting less scrutiny than she got from the media while living in New York City.

SIGHTINGS

Holly Madison, auctioning off bachelorettes at ghostbar (Palms) on Friday at a benefit for the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth. A camera crew for her reality show “Holly’s World” was filming the event. KVBC-TV, Channel 3 reporter Collette Wieland drew the highest bid, $2,000. …

Music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs, with son Christian Combs, who was celebrating his 12th birthday at Lavo (Palazzo) on Thursday. Fresh off a bus from Los Angeles, the group included other celeb spawn: Tyson Beckford’s son Jordan, Faith Evans’ son Josh and Master P’s son Hercy, along with Christian’s brothers Justin and Quincy and their mother, Kim Porter. Christian’s pals ordered a round of Shirley Temples so they could toast the birthday boy. Lavo sent out a three-tiered custom cake from Gimme Some Sugar that covered all of Christian’s favorite things, from the Hollywood sign to the Yankees, basketball and even an IPod. … Celebrity blogger Perez Hilton, celebrating his 32nd birthday at Tao (Venetian) on Thursday. Tao’s staff surprised him with a custom cake modeled after his dog Teddy. Caesars Palace headliner Matt Goss stopped by to offer birthday greetings. Also at Tao: Holly Madison, with Good Charlotte rocker Benji Madden and pals Laura Croft and Josh Strickland. Cacee Cobb, who appears in VH1’s “Jessica Simpson: The Price of Beauty,” arrived with boyfriend “Scrubs” star Donald Faison. Cobb is Simpson’s personal assistant. … TV personality Vanessa Minnillo, hosting a surprise bachelorette party dinner Thursday at Dos Caminos ( Palazzo). …

THE PUNCH LINE

“Sunday is Easter. They were going to move it to Tuesday, but there was a conflict with ‘American Idol.'” — Jimmy Kimmel

Norm Clarke can be reached at (702) 383-0244 or norm@reviewjournal.com. Find additional sightings and more online at www.normclarke.com.

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